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Goose Down Pillows


Goose Down and Feather Pillows

To touch, feel and sleep on a goose down pillow is something everybody should experience! As most physiotherapists would tell you, feather and down pillows are preferable to synthetic ones as they mould better to the shape of the neck. Most five star hotels use goose pillows because of its durability and comfort. Our wide selection of hypo-allergenic goose pillows range from very soft to very firm to suit your individual needs.

How to Choose the Best Pillow

If you sleep on your Side: The width of your shoulders should determines the firmness of your pillow. When lying on one's side, your feather pillow should support the head and neck such that the spine maintains a straight and natural horizontal line. Weight should be evenly distributed so as not to create unnatural bending or pressure. Placing a pillow between the legs (from the knees to the ankles) reduces twisting of the spine.

If you sleep on your Stomach: The pillow should be relatively flat, or the head should rest directly on the mattress, so that the head and neck are not turned unnaturally to either side. Place a relatively flat pillow under the stomach and hips to help the spine keep its natural alignment. Avoid a saggy mattress.

If you sleep on your Back: Your pillow should support the natural curvature of the spine, with enough support under the head, neck, and shoulders. Avoid a pillow that is too firm. Go with a medium firmness if you keep the pillow more directly under your neck or a slightly softer pillow if you sleep with the pillow closer to the top of your head. Placing a pillow underneath the knees straightens the back.

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  • Soft Layered Goose Down Pillow

    Soft Layered Down Pillow


    Out of stock

  • Medium Layered Goose down and feather pillow

    Medium Layered Down Pillow


    Out of stock

  • Firm Layered Goose Down and Feather Pillow

    Firm Layered Down Pillow

  • King Layered Goose Down and Feather Pillow 90cm x 50cm

    King Layered Pillow


    Out of stock

  • Continental Sized Duck Feather Pillow

    Continental Duck Pillow

  • Extra Soft Pure Goose Down Pillow

    X Soft Pure Down Pillow


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